Darren Whittemore Review

I received e-mail advertising a free bottle (not free trial) of ultra body garcinia and just pay S&H charges of 4.95. | after entering my financial information for billing to my card, a popup occurred saying you needed Ultra body green coffee to enhance the effects of the garcenia. I was unable to go back and cancel the order or refuse the second bottle, so I was charged 5.97 for shipping and handling of this bottle. i let the order go through because i couldnt delete or cancel it. | I received the two bottles a few days later and the charges appeared on my bank account on 7/26/2016. on 8/10/2016 and 8/11/2016 i received two more charges of $87.47 and $89.47 but was NOT sent any more of the product. I contacted the company and was told, they charged me for the free bottle because they did no hear anything from me. There was no ongoing shipments mentioned in the fine print. | I again contacted the company and was told they would refund the charges and was given a conformation number | (3233886104). but they did not honor it. I have not received my refund and these funds were taken out of a social security direct deposit account without my authorization. My money was stolen from the bank who was trusted by the government to handle it. | I want my money refunded to the account it was stolen from.


Name: Darren Whittemore

Country: United States

State: Texas

City: Irving

Address: 1802 Driskill Dr

Phone: 800-243-2508


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